Explaining the application for Grasp Birds Tail

Tai chi is for people who want to return to savoring moments. Who want to move out of living in the chattering mind. Who want to cultivate focus, balance and happiness. Taiji, or Tai Chi,  is a series of slow meditative movements that improve a person's ability to relax, be fully present and enhance balance and health. It is an internal martial art that really relies on sensing, being fully present and aware and responding to situations rather than reacting. We do not practice fighting and takedowns in our classes, but we do study the movements from the martial art perspective and learn self defense techniques in safe ways.

Taiji and Tai Chi are the same. Just different spellings under different translation systems.

Taiji - Beginner/Intermediate Monday morning at 9:30 am with Lucy Monday evening at 7:15 pm with Scott Taiji - Intermediate/Advanced Wednesday evening at 6 pm Taiji - Advanced Sundays - only for finishers of the 64 movement form The head instructor for our taiji is Lucy Bartimole. Lucy holds several respected certifications and has been teaching taiji since the late 1990s. Check out our schedule and come to a class. Guang Ping Yang and was brought to the United States by Master Kuo Lien-Ying.  Our lineage: Yang, Lu-Chan - 1799 to 1872 [2] Yang, Pan-Hou - 1834 to1902 [2] Wang, Jao-Yu - 1836 to 1939 Kuo Lien Ying - 1897 to 1984 Chiang, Yun-Chun - 1922 to Present Diane Hoxmeier Mary Pabst Paki Sukwattana
shift studio is located at 1520 w 1st ave in Grandview Heights, Ohio, near downtown Columbus (see map). Phone: 407-4mov (614-407-4668)